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The Developmental Disabilities Program in the Department of Psychiatry at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry is pleased to announce the call for submissions for the Annual Dr. Benjamin Goldberg Research Grant Competition.
This competition is open to any student (undergraduate or graduate) registered at the Western University Community. Applications are also invited from students registered at other Universities or Colleges in southwestern Ontario.
In all cases, a member of the Western University faculty (who is eligible to hold research funds) must be listed as a Supervisor. Applications from all academic departments will be accepted, without preference to any department, school, or faculty. Value of an award may range up to $3,000, with the actual value of each award being determined by the number of funded proposals and the quality of each proposal. The awards are not limited in scope – rather they are for any and all research projects which are of relevance to the understanding of the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Interested candidates should download the application instructions and complete the application package.
The following rating criteria will be used to evaluate each submission:
1. Applicant (marked out of 5, includes experience, ability to complete the project, resources, supervision, etc.)
2. Project and Methodology (marked out of 5 points)
3. Relevance to Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (marked out of 5 points)
Proposals must be received by March 31 of each year. Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria and whose work is judged to be relevant to the mission of the DDP will be considered for funding support. Recipients will be notified after the review process, and projects will be funded in the same academic year, beginning in May, or sooner if possible. Project completion dates will depend on the project description.
Research grant recipients will be required to submit a summary of their research for publication in the Clinical Bulletin of the Developmental Disabilities Program and will also be encouraged to present their research at the annual Developmental Disabilities Research Day.
Submit proposals via email attachment to Sarah O’Flanagan, Program Coordinator for the Developmental Disabilities Program, at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: March 31, 2018
The Foundation's will consider requests to fund in-person meetings of multi-institutional research teams to plan and write grants to submit to other funders for projects larger in scope than the Gold Foundation can support.
The Foundation is particularly interested in supporting teams' plans for research which links humanistic healthcare and health professions education to important patient, provider and systems outcomes.
For more information, visit the Research Grants web-page.
The program tends to focus on:
1. Translating promising animal model interventions or clinical observations for treating devastating brain conditions or injuries into small-sale studies in humans with these conditions to see if the intervention shows any effect, and designing neuroethical guidelines for such studies;
2. Identifying functions of specific neurons and neural networks involved in brain diseases or injuries and developing therapeutic interventions to alter these;
3. Assessing outcomes of the effects of various therapies used to treat brain injuries, such as stroke. The program also occasionally considers studies of complex cognitive processes, such as creativity.
For more information, visit the Clinical Neuroscience Research Grant Program web-page.
Deadline for preliminary proposals: Continuous
The primary intent of this competition is to support research by trainees (including residents, graduate students, and fellows) and junior faculty members. However, given on-going funding challenges in health research, we are also open to providing research funding support for mid- and senior-level researchers. All members of Western University’s Department of Psychiatry are welcome to apply to this competition. Applications should clearly present study methodology, whether of a quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods approach.
For more information, download the funding application form or contact Lindsay Cecile.
Deadline: February 2, 2018
FAST’s grants and fellowships program strives to encourage research aimed at finding a specific treatment for Angelman Syndrome.
For more information, visit the Grant-In-Aid web-page.
The PSI Foundation's support of health research is offered in through the following programs:
- Health Research Grants
- Healthcare Research by Community Physicians
- Educational Fellowships for Practicing Physicians
- Resident Research Grants
- P.S.I.F. Fellowship for Translational Research
In general, PSI applications from London researchers should be submitted through the Lawson Health Research. For more information, visit the PSI Foundation web-page.
These grants provide short-term and timely support for partnered research activities that will inform decision-making at a single partner organization from the public, private or not-for-profit sector.
For more information, visit the Partnership Engage Grants web-page.
Deadline: March 15, 2018; June 15, 2018
If you are aware of any funding opportunities pertaining to Psychiatry not captured above, please email Lindsay Cecile for inclusion.
Updated: May 1, 2017